The Niven Farm consists of 3,159.84 +/- total acres in 15 different tracts located in Jefferson County, Arkansas. This farm has been in the same family since 1950 and has had the good fortune of having a very reputable local farmer that has helped with fertility, drainage, and many other improvements in his 42 years as the tenant for the farm. All of the tracts are situated in and around the towns of Tucker and Gethsemane, Arkansas with 2,768.83 +/- acres in registered FSA Cropland; 2,181.96 +/- acres in cultivation; 586.87+/- acres in CRP; and the balance in timber, roads, water, and ditches. The row crop acreage is 100% irrigated and either precision leveled or zero graded making this property a fully developed turnkey agricultural investment property. The farm has 1,101.32 base acres of long grain rice; 8.2 base acres of medium grain rice; 433.59 base acres of soybeans: 512.84 base acres of wheat; 125.39 base acres of corn; and 27.4 base acres of grain sorghum. The majority of the CRP acreage was originally enrolled in 2007 and presently produces approximately $41,730 per year in annual income. The duck, deer and small game hunting on many of the CRP tracts is excellent and adds significant recreational value to the property. Most of the CRP contracts will expire in 2021; however, the buyer has the option to attempt to re-enroll that acreage into an extended CRP contract, which would provide years of steady income from the property. Two of the tracts have already been re-enrolled through 2032. The Niven Farm is located in a proven waterfowl flyway and the row crop and CRP acreage are ready to be further developed into a waterfowl hunting heaven. The deer hunting is in the immediate vicinity of the England Joint Venture which converted 13,000+/- acres into WRP for wildlife enhancement and has provided some of the best deer hunting Arkansas has to offer. This is a rare opportunity to purchase an established and profitable row crop and CRP farm with significant and contiguous acreage in the heart of the Arkansas Delta along with the fact that this farm has been in the same family for 75+/- years make this a once in a lifetime farm opportunity.
From Intersection of AR Highway 165 S and AR Highway 31 S at Coy, AR go 6 miles South.